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    Henry V

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    Graham Watts'

    Shakespeare Productions

    2012

    HENRY 4TH PART ONE
    Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, Alaska, USA

    THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
    The English Theatre of Hamburg, Germany

    2010

    MEASURE FOR MEASURE
    Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, Alaska, USA

    2009

    OTHELLO
    Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, Alaska, USA

    KING LEAR
    Miller Performing Arts Center, Alfred, New York, USA

    MACBETH
    Grange Court Theatre, London

    2007

    RICHARD III  
    S.I.E. Birmingham & UK Tour

    ANTONY & CLEOPATRA 
    Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, Alaska, USA

    2006
    HENRY V
    Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, Alaska, USA, and Brisbane, Australia 
    2005
    MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
    Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, Alaskan Tour and New York City.
    2004
    THE WINTER’S TALE
    Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, USA, and Canadian / Alaskan tour.
    2003
    JULIUS CAESAR
    Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, Alaska, USA
    2002
    MACBETH
    Tivoli Theatre, Dublin
    2001
    ROMEO & JULIET
    Tour of Germany; White Horse Theatre Company
    2001
    LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST
    Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre, Alaska, USA
    2000
    THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
    Tour of Germany; White Horse Theatre Company
    2000
    AS YOU LIKE IT
    London Schools Tour
    1997
    A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Included Filmed Sequences)
    UK Tour
    1997
    MEASURE FOR MEASURE
    Courtyard Theatre, London
    1996
    MACBETH
    UK Tour (Revived in 1998/99)
    1993
    ROMEO & JULIET
    Mercury Theatre, Colchester
    1989
    ENGLISH SHAKESPEARE COMPANY (World Tour) – Resident Director

    CORIOLANUS (Dir: Michael Bogdanov)

    THE WINTER'S TALE (Dir: Michael Bogdanov)

    PERICLES – Performance with scripts (Dir: Graham Watts)
    1988
    ROYAL SHAKESPEARE COMPANY - Assistant Director
    THE WINTER'S TALE (Dir: Terry Hands)

     

    SHAKESPEARE RELATED AND “CLASSIC” PLAYS

    1992
    A WOMAN IS A WEATHERCOCK by Nathan Field - Pentameters Theatre, London - Nominated for ‘Time Out' Award
    1993
    MOLL FLANDERS (Musical) by Claire Luckham
    Mercury Theatre Colchester
    1996
    DRACULA by John Godber & Jane Thornton - WORLD PREMIERE Hull Truck Theatre Co (Tour)
    1997
    HARD TIMES adapted by Stephen Jefferies
    Courtyard Theatre, London
    1998
    THE ELEPHANT MAN by Pacho Beltran WORLD PREMIERE TeatreNeu, Barcelona
    1998
    THE JEWES TRAGEDY by William Heminges Shakespeare’s Globe, London (Performance with scripts)
    1999
    MESSALINA by Nathaniel Richards
    Shakespeare’s Globe, London (Performance with scripts)
    2002
    JEKYLL AND HYDE adapted by Peter Griffith WORLD PREMIERE
    Tour of Germany, White Horse Theatre Company
    2003
    LITTLE EYASES by Graham Watts WORLD PREMIERE
    Anchorage Community Theatre, Alaska, USA
    2004
    THE COUNTRY WIFE by William Wycherley
    Crescent Theatre, Birmingham
    2013
    LOVE'S CURE by Beaumont & Fletcher
    Oval House Theatre, London - First production in 400 years.
    2014
    THE UNNATURAL TRAGEDY (1662) by Margaret Cavendish
    Oval House Theatre, London - WORLD PREMIERE
    2015
    THE SEA VOYAGE by John Fletcher & Philip Massinger
    Oval House Theatre, London - First production in 350 years

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    "Much Ado About Nothing" on tour in Alaska 2005

     

    “His knowledge of the period is bound to commend him to theatres all around the world”

    Patrick Spottiswoode. Director, Globe Education

     


    The assassins leave to greet the people. "Julius Caesar" 2003

     

    “...theatrical ingenuity, a breathtaking modernized spin on the Shakespearean classic…near perfect…a thought provoking masterpiece”.  

    “Julius Caesar”

    “This is how Shakespeare should be performed …..Watts has a unique sense of humour which Shakespeare would have loved”.

    “Love’s Labor’s Lost”


    The final song in "Love's Labor's Lost" Fairbanks, Alaska, 2001

     

    “It is the first time I have appreciated Shakespeare with such clarity…. The purity of emotion brought me to tears….It will remain with me for a long time”

    “Romeo & Juliet”


    Autolycus arrives on his mule. "The Winter's Tale". Fairbanks, Alaska, 2004

     

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